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Scottish Parliamentary Elections

Scottish Parliamentary Elections

For the Scottish Parliamentary election, voters have two votes, the first is to elect their constituency MSP (the candidate with the most votes gets elected - first past the post voting method) and a second vote to elect seven regional MSPs for the Mid Scotland and Fife Region from party lists. This second vote is counted using a system of proportional representation.

The Constituency Returning Officer is responsible for the Clackmannanshire & Dunblane Constituency which covers the whole of Clackmannanshire and a portion of Stirling Council (Bridge of Allan and Dunblane).

What area is covered by Clackmannanshire and Dunblane?

The Constituency Returning Officer is responsible for the Clackmannanshire & Dunblane Constituency which covers the whole of Clackmannanshire Council area and a portion of Stirlingshire (Ward 3). This includes areas like Blairlogie, Bridge of Allan, Dunblane, Kinbuck and Stirling University.

What voting method is used at the Scottish Parliament?

The Scottish Parliament uses a type of proportional representation called the Additional Member System (AMS).

Last election

The previous election took place on Thursday May 5 May 2016. The results can be viewed by visiting the Election Results area of this site.

For Further Information Contact

Depute Returning Officer, Democracy Team
Kilncraigs, Greenside Street, Alloa, FK10 1EB
Tel: 01259 450000
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